[rt-users] Is there any disadvantage of "Precedence: bulk" in RT emails header

Asrai khn asraikhn at gmail.com
Fri Jan 4 15:30:47 EST 2008

On Jan 4, 2008 8:33 PM, Mark Chappell <m.d.chappell at bath.ac.uk> wrote:

> Since you're using Postfix which I don't really know I'll do most of
> this as an outline, and our procmail script is fairly custom do I'll
> only quote chunks of the procmailrc.
> The first line of defense are our front-line mail relays.  These reject
> on various DNS rbls and add headers for several others.  The lists we
> use include SpamHaus' full zen list, SpamCop, MAPS and SORBS.  They also
> run a copy of spam assassin WITHOUT any of the baysaen stuff turned on,
> a high enough spam score causes an out right rejection at the end of the
> SMTP DATA time, and leaves a header in the message for lower scores.  We
> also reject on Virus signatures using the, and have some extra
> signatures to pick up certain types of phishing scams
> (http://www.sanesecurity.co.uk/).  Any rejection at this stage is done
> before we've actually accepted the mail, so backscatter (which I would
> guess is what caught you out) is seen to come from the server sending
> you the spam NOT from your servers.


Hi Mark,

thanks for the detail reply, its very much appreciated :)

thanks and regards, askar
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